Sanghai Disneyland opens magical doors to tourists

Published on : Thursday, June 16, 2016

Sanghai DisneylandSanghai Disneyland with six themed lands, Disneytown and Wishing Star Park recreational area, is about to open for tourists to visit. Disney executives already claimed the park to be “authentically Disney and distinctly Chinese.” They have included two hotels as well, namely Toy Story Hotel and Sanghai Disneyland Hotel.



The six theme areas are Adventure Isle, Gardens of Imagination, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Mickey’s Avenue and Treasure Cove. Roaring rapids, giant screens, themed roller-coasters will mesmerize visitors. People can also visit several fun filled restaurants and gift shops to take memories home.



After five-year-long construction, the 3.9 sq. kilometres wide park will be opening doors on 16th June’16 for tourists. The Disney authorities already informed that this park is the biggest and most technologically advanced international park of Disney. Previously, the Hong Kong Disneyland used to be considered as the biggest.



The largest attraction of this Disneyland is going to be the hi-tech version of the Pirates of the Caribbean, spreading across 16,340 sq. meters. The boats will be controlled magnetically, allowing it to spin and go backwards. Also, Disney is using the latest animatronics technology to give the most realistic experience.



The two hotels of the Disney Resort have three storeys each. A single hotel has 420 rooms including seven suites and also four restaurants. The hotel decor is inspired by films and characters of Disney.



Theme park expert Stefan Zwanzger said, “Even if you’ve been on all the rides in the world this is going to blow you away. I think every Disney fan will be crazy about it. It’s actually worth flying to Shanghai just for this particular ride.”



The grand Shanghai Disneyland park is determined to pull tourists from its opening. But, after the recent incident in Florida Disney World resort, when a two-year-old got grabbed and killed by alligator, it cannot be predicted whether tourists will feel safe enough to visit or not.

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